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Somszoeloe Kék

The red grape variety originates from Hungary. Synonyms are Debela Crnina, Hagnos Kék, Hagnos Zoeld, Hainos Kék, Hajnos Kék, Hunnis, Kék Hajnos, Black Heinisch and Black Heunisch. The parentage is unknown. Nothing is known about a possible relationship to the varieties Blue Heunisch (synonym Black Heunisch) and Black Heunisch either. The variety is mainly used as table grape. It is grown in tiny quantities in the Etyek- Budai area. In 2016, 0.1 hectare of vineyard area was reported (Kym Anderson statistics).

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